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المؤثرات الثقافية والإجتماعية العمانية على زنجبار في الفترة 1832-1890م

المؤثرات الثقافية والإجتماعية العمانية على زنجبار في الفترة 1832-1890م

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Title: المؤثرات الثقافية والإجتماعية العمانية على زنجبار في الفترة 1832-1890م
Author: الأمين, أسماء محمد أحمد
Abstract: This research is about the Omani cultural and social influences on Zangibar in the period 1832-1890, whereby Oman had played an important role in all aspects of life in Zangibar. The significance of this research lies on that it focuses on studying the Omani cultural and social influences on Zangibar. It also shows the most important historical facts and information during the regime of “Al Saeed”, especially that Zanzibar had witnessed great social development during that period, when Sir the Sultan Saeed transferred his capital city from Muscat to Zangibar in the year 1832. The research shows the most important aspects of the Omani’s cultural influences especially in religion, language, and architect. It also shows the role of the most important pioneers of the Omani’s cultural in Zangibar. The research aims at introducing the most important Omani’s cultural and social influences on Zangibar and the extent to which the Zangibarian society had been influenced in the period 1832-1890. The research adopted the historical descriptive analytical methodology which concerns studying the historical event and describing and analyzing it through discussing some of the opinions stated by historians, then it explains and compares those opinions with other opinions. For collecting the scientific historical data, the research depended on many sources and references books available at Sultan Gaboas University in Muscat, Omani’s cultural center and the ministry of national heritage in the Sultanate of Oman. This is addition to making use of a number of sources and references books available at the public and private library in Sudan. The research has come out with many findings, the most important are: Firstly; the ancient historical bonds between Oman and Zangibar had contributed in the cultural and social development that Zangibar had witnessed during the era of “Albusaeedy”. Secondly, the spread of the Omani’s cultural influences was peaceful, because the Omani people did not use any pressure to dictate their culture. Thirdly, the Sawahili language is a result of the social intermingle between the Omani people and the Zangibarians. Whereby the spread of Sawahili language since it was originated was connected to Arabic language and its spread was especially connected to the Omani’s power. Fourthly, the Omani people played a pioneer role in the spread of education in Zangibar. Even Zangibar had become a meeting place for scholars and students those who came to Zangibar from different parts of eastern Africa. Fifthly all habits and traditions in Zangibar had Omani’s influences, as it was shown the Omani’s influences in the habits and traditions especially in, food, drinks, costumes and marriage. The research recommends the Omani’s- Zangibarian bonds are to be made indigenous and strong. Books and manuscripts from Arabic to Sawahili or from Sawahili have to be translated.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/26679


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